Question about Televison & Video
Sounds like you are describing the Solorized Picture problem. This is a common problem on your model. Mitsubishi recommends removing and re-seating the DVI cable between the light engine and the chassis. If this doesn't fix it then you have to change the light engine. I have never seen a remove/reseat fix the problem myself but i have had a tech or 2 that i know fix it this way on occasion. Most of the time its a bad optical. Mitsubishi has extended the warranty for this problem on the 73" tv's but I do not think they are covering it on the 62" sets. If you are interested in going further on your own without a repairman let me know so i can assist.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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